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Probably not - she has all auto-updates turned OFF
i can't help you, but i did hear that the facebook app just got a huge update yesterday or today, so that might help?
Explain that please.
You seriously bought a highend phone and then paired it up with the budget data plan? Rather illogical move to be honest.
Not sure. How do you check & i'll get back to you on that.
Anyway, how much of facebook's auto-sync stuff do you have turned on? If it's all turned on it'll likely use quite a bit of data.
As does she.
but I connect to WiFi networks whenever possible.
Make sure the Facebook app is not set to automatically sync photos taken.
Make sure "Show Wi-Fi usage" isn't ticked in "Data Usage". Might be the problem, is that it's showing the data usage with wi-fi included.
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She just checks facebook - statuses & the like. She doesn't upload or download.
Ask her what she does on FB and Internet
Sharing / Viewing videos / pictures is bound to use a lot
What would you suggest there may be a problem with? Phone or SIM?
The data use in general is a bit much in my opinion (as in, it sounds like there may be a problem). Web browsers using around 150MB...! I use my web browser every day at work and at home and I've used under 1% of 150MB.
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